Internet Law at Harvard Law is revived,
and here are some of the 'hard' questions -
which John Palfrey, along with Jonathan Zittrain, et al., are asking.
And here's the budding World University Law School -
potentially accrediting in 50-100 languages under one WUaS umbrella,
which, with time,
would like to hire and teach international and internet law.
Peace Corps' collaboration? Yes!
World University & School -
like Wikipedia with MIT Open Course Ware,
potentially in ALL 3,000-8,000 languages,
with a focus on facilitating open, free teaching & learning resources in Peace Corps' countries,
and planning free, online (Bachelors, Ph.D., Law & Medicine) degrees
would love to.
Whom might I email at the Peace Corps to further this conversation?
... will add some new intern positions soon ...
(WUaS appears to be down today)
Odds of getting into Trinity Preschool on NYC's upper West side, 2.4%,
Odds of getting into Harvard College, 6.2%,
Odds of getting into the free, open Stanford 'Intro to A.I.' this fall, with professor interaction, 100%,
Odds of your 18 year old in 2014 getting into World Univ & Sch, ?%,
(which partly depends on contributions -
WUaS is like Wikipedia with MIT OCW, Yale OYC, & free Stanford courses -
see direct links below.
Here are direct links to the Stanford, 3, free computing courses, MIT OCW, and Yale's Open Yale Courses -
http://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2011/08/new-zealand-sub-antarctic-islands.html ... :) ...
There's a lot of potential enjoyment, and edification, in these open educational resources,too ...
(http://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2011/09/huascaran-peru-internet-law-at-harvard.html - September 6, 2011)